Born in Guangdong province in 1976, Zhu Rikun studied finance in the Beijing University Guanghua School of Management from 1996 to 2000. In 2001 he founded Fanhall Films, a critical node for independent film production distribution, exhibition, and curation. As well as producing and distributing many landmarks of contemporary Chinese independent cinema, Zhu founded the DOChina Film Festival, which was incorporated into the Beijing Independent Film Festival in 2006. From 2006 to 2011, he was artistic director of BIFF. His two films, The Questioning (2013) and The Dossier (2014) have been shown at several festivals around the world.

Accolades

Zhu Rikun and Xu Xin
Best Documentary Film, 2010

Karamay

Best Documentary Film, 2010

Karamay

In 1994, Karamay’s Friendship Hall – a symbol of political power and miniature replica of Beijing’s Great Hall of the People – was the site of…

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Films

Karamay
2010

Karamay

People's Republic of China
2010

Karamay

In 1994, Karamay’s Friendship Hall – a symbol of political power and miniature replica of Beijing’s Great Hall of the People – was the site…

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